The payment providers include Skrill, ecoPayz, NETELLER, and Trustly who's the parent company behind the Pay N Play technology, and will offer a much broader range of payment options for customers in over 100 countries.
The payment providers will allow customers to use major cards like MasterCard and Visa, as well as digital payment options through Apple Pay and Google Pay.
By partnering with these four highly prestigious payment providers, Real Luck Group is able to expand its profitability in countries and regions hindered by their payment options.
“These deals provide a broad range of payment options in key markets for us, not least in Latin America, Europe, and the CIS region”, stated Quentin Martin, the chief executive of Real Luck Group. The focus is mostly on eSports, which is a hugely popular industry.
The announcement also sheds light on how Real Luck Group is ensuring safety for its customers. Their Isle of Man gaming license outlines strict anti-money laundering guidelines and requirements for consumer protection. It can be assumed that working with these four payment providers allows for safer transactions that abide by these rules.
Trustly is an incredibly well-known payment provider, having climbed the rankings for security and profitability in the past couple of years. Their service essentially cuts out the middleman and runs entirely on direct debits, which allows for near-instant transactions.
Skrill and NETELLER are part of the same group, the Paysafe Group. They’ve been around for over 20 years and offer businesses and customers safe payment processing through digital wallets and online cash solutions.
ecoPayz is a London-based payment provider and regulated under the UK Financial Conduct Authority. It’s the only government-regulated payment provider in this partnership and guarantees safety in making payments.